PHILADELPHIA – A Virginia title agency is suing a family in an effort to avoid any legal liability in connection with benefactors of a Glen Mills home sale who are still haggling over how to divide a check from the sale.
PHILADELPHIA — A certified nursing assistant is suing a Philadelphia health center, alleging violations of Title VII of the amended Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Civil Rights Act of 1991 and the amended Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
PITTSBURGH - Employers can no longer enact broad policies that prohibit their employees’ use of cell phones and digital cameras to record conversations at company meetings, according to a recent National Labor Relations Board case.
PHILADELPHIA – Motions to preclude financial medical evidence and to enforce a settlement are currently being considered by the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas in a motor vehicle accident case.
PHILADELPHIA – An attorney for a woman claiming to be injured in a stairway fall at her rental apartment complex cited a lack of proper medical evidence, the presence of a signed release form and disagreements over procession of the case as his reasons for withdrawing from the lawsuit.